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•   Ken Cook  7/5
•   Charles Hoke  6/29
•   Paul King  6/26
•   Toni Wexler (Benner)  4/24
•   Suzy Q Blumenfeld (Willcoxon)  4/19
•   Margie Barclay  4/16
•   Tom Galdabini  2/19
•   Lynn Yarnall (Moore)  2/19
•   Thomas Zwitter  2/2
•   Madalynn Rotter (Mc Cauley)  1/4
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

6 live in Arizona
9 live in California
5 live in Colorado
7 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
9 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
4 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
4 live in Michigan
3 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
5 live in New Mexico
4 live in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in Oregon
4 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Dakota
2 live in Tennessee
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
3 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
52 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Brazil
1 lives in Mexico
16 location unknown
62 are deceased


•   Margaret/Meg McNamara (Gyll)  8/7
•   Thomas Warschauer  8/15
•   James Conen  8/18
•   John Munsch  8/21
•   Dr. Robert Warth  8/26
•   Carolyn Keck (Korona)  8/30
•   William Towner  9/3
•   Ken Cook  9/4
•   Alice/Betty Neefe (Geboy)  9/6


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•   Sandra/Sandy Styles/Huston (O'Connell)  2018
•   Fred Kretlow  2021
•   Robert Shapiro  2021
•   Joseph Driessen, Sr.  2020
•   Richard Ruggierello 
•   Janice Wolf (Berlin)  2020
•   Andy Bowerman  2020
•   Jean Ludwig (Hamill)  2019
•   Madeleine Truss (Allman)  2018
•   John R. Lombardi  2018
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The alumni committee met on April 6, 2022. We had a discussion regarding future reunions.
One of our thoughts was to have an annual reunion luncheon with a set date for every year. Hypothetically: the last Wednesday in August, The first Saturday in September, the second Friday in May, etc.
Once the date is decided, it would occur annually. The celebration would be an informal luncheon occurring on the same “calendar date” every year. This would give everyone the opportunity to plan well in advance. Reservations would be made on the website which we have secured for another five years, thanks to your donations.
Given our ages, and travel being more difficult for some of us, it does not seem feasible to have a huge formal reunion any longer. The board would like to know your feelings on this subject and any suggestions you may have. Please add your comnets to this message on the What's New page of the website.

Meredith Tax has an article in The Nation. Here's a link to it:

Whitefish Bay 61st Reunion


The Reunion Luncheon was held on October 16, 2021 and attended by 24 alumni and guests. It turned out to be a lovely day, the setting was beautiful and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves.

We missed those of you unable to attend, but actually the size of the group made the day intimate and informal. After an hour of getting re-acquainted, we enjoyed a delicious lunch.  Ken Cook then led the group on the singing of the WFB songs and a cheer.  The classmates started a conversation around the room in which we all participated.

Pictures can be seen in a 60th Reunion Album that you can get to by selecting "Class Photos Plus" in the left side column. Enjoy!  Hopefully, we will have another opportunity to get together in the future.


Our Reunion Committee is Joy Grass, Ken Cook, Dennis Mandel, Carolyn Korona, Lynn Falconer and Marion Snyder.


Some websites that might be of interest:

Click on the blue lettering to go to the link.

"Walking tour" of Whitefish Bay


 Here's a drone's eye view of Whitefish Bay


A Public Television show about WFB



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